A community in Knoxville, Tenn., is shaken when a popular high-school student is found murdered in her bed. In an exclusive interview, two students who helped police solve the case speak to Andrea Canning.
A mother of four is mysteriously murdered in her home in 1988. Police suspect her husband is the killer, but it takes 14 years before he's caught and convicted. According to another inmate, the husband issues a death threat on the prosecutor and his family. Once he is granted parole it's feared he could kill again. Keith Morrison reports.
A circle of friends from a high school in Miami are about to embark on a new beginning as they head off to college. But when one friend stays close to home, he surprises them all with a last-minute decision. Dennis Murphy reports.
The case of Dwight Jones, suspected in the deaths of six people in Arizona, is examined. He killed himself before the police could arrest him. Included: remarks from his ex-wife Connie Jones; and Rick Anglin, a retired Phoenix police detective and Connie's now-husband.
A woman from Washington State takes a DNA test, hoping to learn more about her family history. A remarkable discovery would change her family forever—and send her father halfway around the world to confront a past he thought he left behind. Harry Smith reports.
Kate Snow interviews Andrea Constand, the first woman to pursue charges against Bill Cosby, which ultimately led to his conviction. Snow also interviews four other Cosby accusers who testified against him and Andrea's mother, Gianna Constand
Keith Morrison reports on an epic story of love and loss in a foreign land. Two young teachers——one from Indiana, the other from New Zealand—fall in love on the eve of one of the greatest natural disasters in recent memory, the 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
Harry Smith reports on the future of marijuana, which is already being used for medical purposes in many states across the U.S. Smith takes a look at state-of-the-art science and speaks with patients, their families, leading scientists, doctors, federal legislators and a former NFL pro.
Meek Mill is interviewed in this look at the controversies surrounding the criminal justice system, including the parole system, possible wrongful convictions, challenges faced by law enforcement, alleged police abuse, and the disadvantages of growing up poor and black in America.
The USA Gymnastics sex abuse scandal is examined. Included: remarks from USA Gymnastics National Team Coordinators Bela and Martha Karolyi; Olympic gold medalist McKayla Maroney; and Gina Nichols, mother of gymnast Maggie Nichols.
A bizarre cyber-revenge case lands a young woman in jail and makes national headlines. Dennis Murphy reports on the unexpected twist that revealed the real culprit and the new developments in the case.
The idyllic town of Montecito was threatened by the worst wildfire in California history, then inundated by catastrophic mudslides. Keith Morrison reports on four families who barely escaped alive, and the rescuers who risked their own lives to help.